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ZipWhip Releases Cloud Texting App for Linux Desktop

The company that introduced the Textspresso machine to the world has now released its desktop cloud texting application for Linux.

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Top Open Source Cloud Headlines, Week of Aug. 6

Open source cloud headlines this week feature the announcement of board elections for the OpenStack Foundation; Red Hat's new branding as an open cloud company; eBay's new open source cloud application testing platform; Intel's prescription for developing open standards in the cloud; and a high-profile departure from VMware's open source Cloud Foundry.

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Intel’s Imad Sousou: Open Cloud Standards will Emerge With More Collaboration

Standardization is the biggest issue facing the open source cloud today, says Imad Sousou, director of Intel’s Open Source Technology Center. Adoption of open formats and interfaces will ensure flexibility and choice for users and vendors of the cloud.

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Open Source Cloud Roundup: Top Headlines Week of July 30

This week in the open source cloud headlines, SUSE makes a splash with its pro-open blog post on Forbes and a shout-out from OStatic for its own cloud contribution. Rackspace and HP both debuted OpenStack-based clouds this week. And Netflix released its Chaos Monkey cloud-testing application to the open source community.

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Inktank’s Ceph: An Open Source Storage Solution for the Enterprise

Launched in May, Inktank is one of the newest companies to enter the still very new open source cloud computing industry.  But it’s got a great head start as the enterprise support arm of the Ceph storage system. Here's an overview of the Ceph platform and a video interview with Inktank’s Ross Turk on the company's philosophy on the open source cloud.

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